Service Learning Essay
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For my service-learning project I did, was neighborhood cleanup on Sunday 10/13/2019. I chose this event because it was the only one that worked with my school/work schedule. As a student, I was interested in helping an UWM. I thought this would be a great opportunity for me to get involved with UWM and to serve and support our community. Not only that but it was a great opportunity to explor around MKE and learn more about the surrounding community....
Whenever I thought of service-learning, I would usually only connect it to just volunteering. Going out into the community to lend a hand, and help out with no expectation for financial gain whatsoever. Hearing about the service-learning requirement for this biology class, I thought I just had to go out and just get hours for cleaning up somewhere with an organization. However, upon reading the rubric for this project I came to gain a better understanding of what was required...
Healthcare inspires me to push my boundaries with knowledge and cultural awareness. Stimulate knowledge to new innovative ideas and challenging me to want to improve my cultural understanding. Hamdard changed my perspective on how I perceive a standard healthcare facility along with services that it can provide. My service learning at Hamdard includes the rich history of Hamdard, my experience, and the relationship of terms in class. Hamdard of 1992, offers fellowship, support, healthcare, and a sense of community (Hamdard...
People always say that giving one’s time to others is the most rewarding gift you can give. Behind each volunteer are valuable stories and purposes. In this reflection, I will be sharing all the things I have experienced during my forty hours of service in St. Peter’s Residence. I am grateful to learn the purpose of my service, enhance my personal qualities, test my strength in handling challenges, and improve my practice. St. Peters Residence is well known for handling...
There are many definitions of service-learning; however, one of the earlier and well-cited definitions of service-learning within academic scholarship was developed by Bringle and Hathcher (2002): Service-learning is a credit bearing educational experience in which students participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs and reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of their social responsibility. A...